Social/Classroom Uses of Language Interventions and Resources
Select and copy one to two intervention strategies that are applicable to the intervention goal. Return to eCST and paste the strategies into the Add Intervention box.
1. Model/Cue target behavior or verbal response.
2. Use visuals/social stories/video modeling to teach what target skill looks like/sounds like and associated outcomes.
Materials to teach: problem-solving, negotiating, disagreeing, expressing feelings/wants/needs, conversational/play skills, nonverbal language
1. T-Charts-explains what target skill looks like and sounds like
2. Social Behavioral Map-explains expected/unexpected behaviors, consequences, perspective-taking www.socialthinking.com *Contact your campus SLP for additional information.
3. Social Stories
What Are Social Stories?
Writing Social Stories
Writing Social Stories-PowerPoint
Social Story-Bad Ex
Social Story-Fair Ex
Cognitive Picture Rehearsal (similar to social stories)
Cognitive Picture Rehearsal –Example
Superflex: A Superhero Social Thinking Curriculum-S. Madrigal and M.G. Winner www.socialthinking.com *Contact your campus SLP for additional information.
Think Social: A Social Thinking Curriculum for School-Age Students-M.G. Winner
Video Modeling-short video clips of student or peer engaged in positive target behavior; use in similar manner to social stories and cognitive picture rehearsal
What is Video Modeling?
Jill Kuzma’s website –ideas and videos for teaching social skills